Avila University's literary magazine is published by students who comprise the entire editorial staff under the guidance of a faculty advisor. The magazine publishes select prose, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. Submissions are open to all Avila students, faculty, and staff, and awards are offered for the best work in each genre. This magazine began publication under the title The Golden Echo in 1947 and went through several name changes from 1971-1976, namely, Fire Drops, Creative Writers of Avila College, Mind Harvest and Tuesday's Closet. In 1990 a single edition of The Avila Aviarywas published and in 1993 the Scop began its run. The literary magazine changed names again in 2010 to Sound and Fury.
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